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bear. >> that is a sweet little thing. these live in central and south america. he is nocturnal. >> this animal here can turn green and the reason is algae grows on his fur. and will grow on his back and he looks like a blob of moss in the jungle. when he gets big his fur is so thick that the bees can not attack him. >> that is just a little dirt. >> that is the dirt he lives in. these right here are toxic glands. so dogs eat them won't survive. sometimes harvey stays in the tubs as well. >> what's this? >> just over here, grant. >> whoa. >> keep his head over this way. >> you remember we talked about the anaconda and you saw the one that almost bit me. >> are you mad? >> the anaconda they have 200 teeth shaped like fish hooks if this animal bites you account not let go. it takes 30 minutes for him to relax his jaw muscles. if a python or boa or anaconda bites you you sit there. mein ts akge tbe3 pa?th amal this is a delicacy in asia. they use the fur and the scent glands for perfume. but it loved to eat cobras as well. he could eat a king cobra. when a cobra strikes he goes lik
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that came from south america we brought it here to control the sugar cane time fields but it came back so fast like mice. these here are neuro toxic glands. you see that, if dogs eat them they won't survive. he blows himself up like that to defend himself. he should explode all over your face in a second. >> what? >> he won't. this is harvey the toad. sometimes harvey stays in the tubs, as well. oh, my god. what's this? >> whoa! >> keep his head this way. >> remember the anaconda. >> you have an con da wrap around your neck. are you mad. >> they have teeth shaped like fish hooks if this snake ever bites you, it cannot let go. it takes 30 minutes to relax his jaw muscle. i'm serious. a boa constrictor, python or anaconda bites you sit there. piers. >> not now, jack. >> not now. >> he is not going to do anything. >> he is smelling you right now. >> what does that mean. >> for a kill or what? >> no. what he does, piers, remember something. this snake gets to be 25 to 30 feet long. these are a water snake. a python is from africa. >> anaconda constrict like a python. >> he knows he can't kill
as those economies grow in south americas, i would imagine there has to be a way to make some money on this? >> absolutely, adam. the big story is again natural gas and the transportation of natural gas. you could see the united states overtake russia and become the largest natural gas exporter in 10, 15 years. so where you want to invest in the true great trend in this is in natural gas transportation. so liquid lng tankers, natural gas gathering facilities, that is the future of energy in this country. adam: tom, thanks for joining us right now. we certainly have a lock on hot air coming out of washington. natural gas, 15 years down the road as tom is saying is the potential for us. thank you very much, sir. >> thank you. adam: time for today's fuel gauge report where we break down the biggest headlines affecting the energy industry. lisa jackson says she will step down as head of the environmental protection agency next month. jackson served as the epa's chief for four years. her tenure was marked by high-profile battles over regulations on coal plants, the keystone xl pipeline and pollu
, west, and the south. >> of the u.s. state department is criticizing russia oppose the upper house banning americas from adopting russian children. the bill will go to the president for his approval. several protesters were arrested outside of the building. >> outside parliament, the knowledge of the quickly with demonstrators protesting as the bill which bars americans from adopting russian orphans. >> is not useful for our children or our national security or priorities. this lot is draconian and should not be adopted by the council. >> they unanimously backed the proposals which only leaves the signature of the president to become law. it is one of the toughest pieces of anti-u.s. legislation in years past in retaliation for an american law that would impose sanctions on russian officials implicated in human rights offenses. 16,000 russian orphans have been adopted by russian families. opponents say the real victims will be the children. kids will stays, orphans. they have visas and they will not be treated properly. it is likely a death sentence for them. >> adoptions by americ
to go south? >> that's right. happy new years, america. we appear poised to dive off the fiscal cliff starting with a round of finger pointing today. this is classic gridlocked washington. why america is fed up with the lawmakers and all about pointing fingers, gaining the upper hand here. and also, gaming this out because if we do dive off the cliff an we don't get a deal in the next couple of days, which looks increasingly like where we're headed then we come back in january and have to negotiate again and a political advantage for both sides if that's the case. >> her's the thing. even if a deal does get done at this point, it's a small deal. much smaller deal than both sides said they wanted several months ago. the debt ceiling, will be back in two months. there's a good chance we are going to be revisiting a budget issue in march, as well. is this the new d.c. zachary? >> well, it's kind of an old d.c. and the current version, you know, 4.0. and you're absolutely right. it's convenient because there's a news hook for the fiscal cliff for january 1st and calling this now b.c. befo
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